Mobile Banking

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Start banking wherever you are with First Bank & Trust Smart Banking for iPhone & Android devices! Available to all First Bank & Trust online banking customers - First Bank & Trust Mobile Banking allows you to check balances, make transfers, deposit checks, pay bills and find locations & ATMs.

Available Mobile features include:

  • Mobile Deposits: Now you can use your smartphone or tablet to deposit checks anytime, anywhere.
  • Accounts: Check your latest account balance and search recent transactions by date, amount, or check number.
  • Transfers: Easily transfer cash between your accounts.*
  • Bill Pay: Pay your bills on the go via your mobile device.
  • People Pay: Send payments to anyone, anywhere quickly and securely from your mobile device.
  • Locations: Find nearby Branches and ATMs using your device’s built-in GPS. Also, search by zip code or address.
  • Text Banking: Get instant access to your account via text message.
  • Touch ID and Passcode: Sign in to the FB&T Mobile Banking app quickly and securely by providing a fingerprint or a numeric passcode instead of your full username and password.

Become a Mobile Banker

To become a Mobile Banking user, sign in to your FirstBank Express account and click on Manage Mobile Banking Settings on the left side of the screen. Just follow the instructions, apply the activation code to both the text and application settings and you’re ready to bank anywhere!

If you’re not currently signed up for FirstBank Express Online Banking, this would be a good time to do so. It’s free, secure, and always available. You can check balances, transfer funds between accounts, set up alerts, and pay bills. Become an online banking member today

*The Federal Reserve limits convenient monthly withdrawal transactions to 6 for accounts that are classified as Savings Accounts. There are unlimited withdrawals in-person, in-bank. Please view the Federal Reserve’s rule known as Regulation D for more information